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Momentum

Simple description of momentum and impulse.
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Gordon Clark

on 27 May 2010

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Transcript of Momentum

Momentum People say that a heavy vehicle, travelling fast, has lots of has an exact scientific definition. momentum = mass x velocity or p = mv this has units kg this has units m/s which means momentum has units kg.m/s MOMENTUM remains constant,
provided no
external forces
are acting. The Law of the Conservation of When two
or more
objects act on
each other, their total MOMENTUM is a vector. We must put + or minus signs in front of the number to show the direction of the momentum. Impulse is when a force
changes the MOMENTUM force = change in momentum / time taken of an object. F = Δp / t or
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